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Mayweather: We Tried to Make a McGregor FIght
Floyd Mayweather appeared on ESPN's "First Take" and said that his team tried to make a fight with MMA fighter Conor McGregor happen. "We tried to make the Conor McGregor fight. They know what my number is," Mayweather said. "My number was a guaranteed 100 million [dollars]. That was my...
Saban: In Best Interest of Our Program For Kiffin to Leave Now
Alabama will play Clemson in the College Football Playoff title game on January 9, but Lane Kiffin won't be there. Kiffin, the Crimson Tide's offensive coordinator, had already accepted the head coaching job at Florida Atlantic, but the plan was for him to remain in his current position until...
Iowa Snubs North Dakota After Win
After Iowa's 84-73 win over North Dakota, Hawkeyes' head coach Fran McCaffery was upset with how the game ended so he pulled his team off the floor rather than shake hands. In the game's final minute there was a deadball technical foul after Iowa point guard Jordan Bohannon got tangled with a...
Craig Sager's Inspiring Final Interview
In his last television interview Craig Sager leaves us inspired. "Everyday is just a canvass waiting to be painted," Sager said. "And it’s how you live that day. And that goes for everybody." Sager died last week after a years long battle with cancer. He was 65.
Shetland Pony Grand National Is Real and Hilarious
The Shetland Pony Grand National is a real event. (The video helps us believe it to be real, but we are still not entirely sold it is real.) At the Olympia Horse Show in London the ponies (which measure anywhere between 28 to 42 inches) are ridden by jockeys aged 8 to 14 and under 5 feet tall. Why...
Steve Kerr Honors Craig Sager With 'Moment of Joy'
Steve Kerr lead Oracle Arena before the Knicks vs. Warriors game in a "moment of joy" rather than a moment of silence to honor the life and memory of basketball reporter Craig Sager. Sager died earlier Thursday after a long bout with leukemia.
Trailer for 'This Was the XFL' 30 for 30
The XFL was a one-year experiment brought to you by professional wrestling genius (using that term loosely) Vince McMahon. Taking on the NFL, McMahon wanted his version of professional football to be fun, violent, and full of debauchery. Over the weekend, ESPN debuted a trailer for a new 30 for 30...
Rivera Warned Newton Over Tie Before Benching
Peter Schrager, senior national writer for, appeared on "The Herd" with Colin Cowherd and reported that Panthers head coach Ron Rivera warned quarterback Cam Newton about breaking the team's dress code. Newton didn't wear a tie and was benched for the first series. A bad sign for the...
All Sports Need Ref Cam Now
At the Big Ten Championship Game Saturday night we experienced ref cam and the sports world should adopt this innovation immediately. The footage from a GoPro worn on the umpire's hat behind the defensive line was incredible. Also, give the viewer the option to stream an entire game from ref cam....
Tiger Woods Breaks Down His 2nd Round
Tiger Woods has a bogey-free second round at the Hero World Challenge for a 7-under 65 on the day. Woods improved to 6-under-par for the tournament and is now tied for 9th with Ricky Fowler and Henrik Stenson, sitting one shot behind Jordan Spieth and two behind Bubba Watson.
Rachel Nichols Responds to Charles Barkley
Rachel Nichols on her ESPN show "The Jump" took time to respond to Charles Barkley's comments that the Warriors played "little girly basketball." Nichols explains why it was wrong of her former colleague at TNT to use girly as a pejorative.
Tiger Woods Hits the Range
A sight for sore eyes: Tiger Woods on the range before the Hero World Challenge golf tournament in the Bahamas. Earlier this week Woods admitted he was nervous about competing again after another long layoff. His swing looked smooth, but will Woods be able to return to form? No idea.
Trailer for Lawrence Phillips Documentary
Lawrence Phillips' life and career was filled with football, violence, and time spent in prison. The star running back on Nebraska's 1994 national championship team couldn't escape a cycle of violence and it led to his death in prison in January of this year. His story is told in the Showtime...
Bryant University Freshman Makes Play of the Day
Wanna get away? Bryant University freshman Ikenna Ndugba grabs the ball with his team down 91-90 and just 3.8 seconds left. Only one problem. Ndugba thinks Bryant is up by one, not down by one. So he dribbles out the clock. Brown wins. Ooops.
'Around the Horn' Debates College Football Playoff
The panelists on ESPN's "Around the Horn" offer a quick debate on the College Football Playoff Committee's Top 4. Should the committee pick the four best teams based on who would win on a neutral site or reward teams for winning their conference title game? (Or should there be a 8 or 12 team...
Kids Playing America's Most Dangerous Sport
The most dangerous organized sport is bull riding. "Severe injuries are commonplace—a bull rider is ten times likelier than a football player to be seriously injured—and deaths are known to happen," the New Yorker writes. This video follows two youngsters in their quest of glory and...
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